Oct 07 2019 07:51 AM
Oct 07 2019 07:51 AM
We have VDI up and running with Windows 10 Enterprise for Virtual Desktop, edition 1903 (upgraded from earlier version I think). When users have been signing into the machine they have been getting a message that no remote licensing server is configured and that the machine will stop functioning after a number of days. Now we are at day 0 and when I sign into the machine it says that it will disconnect me after 60 minutes.
I was under the impression that since it is a Windows 10 machine I wouldn’t need to provide a licensing server?
Oct 07 2019 11:10 AM
@Fosselius You are correct, since you are running Windows 10 (Client) there's no need for an RDS license server. We are working on a fix, meanwhile you can follow these instructions for a workaround:
Please let us know whether this helped.
Oct 08 2019 10:18 AM
@Fosselius Looks like the grace period has expired. Could you remote to the Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session with RDP using the MSTSC /ADMIN parameter. This should probably be done from a VM in the same subnet, e.g. your domain controller. Alternatively assign a temporary public IP to the VM.
Next, please make sure all Windows Updates are installed, the latest update should have a mitigation for this. Since the grace period has expired it could be that the update doesn't affect you, please let me know if this is the case.
Oct 09 2019 05:19 AM
@Pieter Wigleven (WINDOWS) I have accessed the server and downloaded the latest updates. Performed a reboot but it had no effect. Version of the operating system is 1903 (Installed on 2019-06-06, OsBuild 18362.418) but the image itself was a earlier version and I can see the feature update in the update history.
Last installed update was KB4517389
Oct 09 2019 07:13 AM
@Pieter Wigleven (WINDOWS) We're also seeing this error. Running 19.03 & updated to the patches released yesterday (Tuesday 10/8/2019, including KB4517389).
We followed the instructions at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-desktop/troubleshoot-vm-configuration#remote-licensin...
This simply changed the error from "Remote Desktop licensing mode is not configured" to "No remote licensing server is configured".
Oct 16 2019 01:45 AM
@Nicholas Semenkovich @Fosselius - we've updated the instructions that can be found under: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-desktop/troubleshoot-vm-configuration#remote-desktop-...
Could you please see if this works? Please make sure you disable the Remote Desktop licensing mode. per the instructions.